Sheep Fact Sheets

Supplemental Feeds for Sheep Production

 

BasicsofGoodSheepManagement 211x300 Supplemental Feeds for Sheep Production

Grass, hay and grains, such as barley and oats, will give adequate nutrition for a sheep flock throughout much of the year. If your flock is more inclined to be a high producing flock, supplements such as fishmeal, canolameal, and soyameal may be useful additions to a feeding regime. Different areas have different possibilities, in terms of the availability of certain proteins and supplements, and so once again, it is best to discuss this with your local sheep producers or a sheep specialist to find out what is working best in your area.

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